Miss King is abducted whilst visiting an antique shop and wakes up in a room beautifully furnished in a style from fifty years earlier. She is addressed as Pandora. Steed follows a lead ... See full summary »

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Miss King is abducted whilst visiting an antique shop and wakes up in a room beautifully furnished in a style from fifty years earlier. She is addressed as Pandora. Steed follows a lead which takes him to retired World War One agent Lasindell, the love of whose life was called Pandora and bore a strong resemblance to Miss King. It is a plot by his greedy relations to make him divulge the location of his fortune or else Pandora, alias Miss King, comes to harm. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Julian Glover's fourth and final appearance
6 May 2011 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Pandora" is a rare dud in this final batch of episodes, the weakest of director Robert Fuest's 7 episodes. Two brothers kidnap Tara King to masquerade as their senile, elderly uncle's long lost love from World War 1, when his military tag was 'The Fierce Rabbit' (he had boasted of a hidden treasure for her to his unscrupulous nephews). Odd to believe that this would be Linda Thorson's choice for a favorite episode, as her character spends the entire running time in heavy sedation (perhaps she enjoyed the wartime fashions). Even the final twist fails to make the tedium worthwhile. Most disappointing of all is the fine cast, led by Julian Glover ("Two's a Crowd," "The Living Dead," "Split!"), John Laurie ("Death of a Great Dane," "Brief for Murder," "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Station"), Geoffrey Whitehead ("Trojan Horse"), and Peter Madden ("One for the Mortuary," "Room Without a View").


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